#216 Technical Program

ACS Chemical Information Division (CINF)
Fall, 1998 ACS National Meeting
Boston, MA (August 23-27)

SUNDAY AM / PM

Marriott Copley Place, Salon C, 4th Floor

Interfacing Robotics and Laboratory Automation
R. W. Snyder, Organizer, Presiding
9:00 1 Robotics, computers, and biochemistry: automation and the drug discovery process.
M. N. Feiglin Abstract
9:30 2 Advances in automation that make the sorting of 10,000 SPOS microreactors routine.
A. W. Czarnik Abstract
10:00 3 Leveraging research informatics: bridging the automation information gap.
D. Kniaz . Abstract
10:30 4 Synthesizing robot programs from descriptions of combinatorial libraries.
D. Chapman, J. Handler Abstract
11:00 5 Visual environments for collaborative drug discovery.
C. Ahlberg Abstract
11:30   Lunch Break
2:00 6 Synthesis on a chip.
Sheila H. DeWitt, William Chiang, Yue Chen, Timothy Hamilton, Sean Kelley, Jack Leber, Sterling McBride, Richard Moroney, Kerry O'Mara. Abstract
2:30 7 Reagent selector: a new tool for high throughput synthesis.
Maurizio Bronzetti, Al J. Gushurst, Doug R. Henry, and Robert W. Snyder Abstract
3:00 8 Integration of informatics with a robotics synthesis laboratory.
K.I. Heuer, D. L. Flynn, J. F. GawAbstract
3:30 9 Automating data analysis for high throughput screening.
Susan I. Bassett, John W. Elling Abstract
4:00 10 High throughput: the hidden bottlenecks.
R. Niesen Abstract

 

MONDAY AM / PM

Marriott Copley Place Salon C, 4th Floor

TriSociety Symposium
B. Slutsky, Organizer, Presiding
8:25

 

Introductory Remarks
Bruce Slutsky
8:30

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How the Web may change the way science librarians are trained in graduate schools of library and information science.
Tony Stankus Abstract
9:00

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The CINF Web site.
Andrea B. Twiss-Brooks Abstract
9:30 13 ChemCenter: The ACS guide to navigating chemistry online.
Louise Voress, Sarah W. Nash, and David A. Koran Abstract
10:00 14 Weaving the Web into the CAS product line.
Jan Williams Abstract
10:30

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The ISI Web of science.
Matthew Clark Abstract
11:00 16 ACD/ILab as a universal Web front-end to chemical information resources
Valeri Kulkov, Antony Williams Abstract
11:30   Lunch Break
2:00 17 The NIST WebBook - A simple tool for chemical data access.
W. Gary Mallard, Peter J. Linstron Abstract
2:30 18 Providing links between secondary and primary electronic literature.
S.J. Young, W.D. Hounshell, M.A. Duda, E.V. Gordeeva Abstract
3:00 19 Do chemists need clubs or communities on the Web?
Wendy A. Warr Abstract
3:30 20 ChemWeb - The world wide club for the chemical community.
William G.Town Abstract
4:00   CINF Business Meeting
4:15   Intermission
4:30   Concurrent Open Meetings for Society Committees on Publications and CAS

 

MONDAY EVENING

Convention Center Exhibit Hall B, Plaza Level

Sci-Mix
C. Gragg, Presiding
7:00 - 9:00
  22 Dental patent literature
P. F. Kulkosky Abstract
  21 Spatial perception of real vs. unreal molecular models using virtual 3-depth enhancement.
B. Ramsay,W. J. O'Neill,C. O'Neill,W. V. Metanomski Abstract

 

TUESDAY AM / PM

Marriott Copley Place Salon C, 4th Floor,

Skolnik Award Symposium on Electronic Publishing
G. D. Wiggins, Organizer, Presiding
8:30   Introductory Remarks
8:45 23 Award Address - A PEAK at 25 years of an academic chemistry librarian's career (in B Major).
G. D. WigginsAbstract
9:30 24 New methods of communication amongst chemists.
Wendy A. Warr Abstract
10:00 25 Current issues in electronic publishing: the HighWire Press perspective.
Michael Newman Abstract
10:30 26 Emerging trends in electronic full text delivery
Eileen M. Shanbrom Abstract
11:00 27 Dream on: visions of academic access in an era of integrated chemical information systems.
Ken Rouse, Katherine R. Porter Abstract
12:00 28 CINF Luncheon: "A two-hundred-year perspective on CINF on the occasion of its fiftieth birthday."
Mary E. Bowden, Leo B. Slater Abstract
2:00 29 Developing E-collections: It's not the years, it's the internet mileage.
Kimberly J. Parker Abstract
2:30 30 Electronic journals in the academic library: issues of copyright and plagiarism.
Veronica Calderhead Abstract
3:00 31 Doctoral dissertations graduate to the Web: new applications and implications for scholarly research.
B. Lawlor Abstract
3:30 32 Technical challenges in producing ACS journals on the World Wide Web.
Lorrin R. Garson Abstract
4:00 33 The complete chemical E-publication.
Peter Murray-Rust Abstract
4:30 34 Databases - the journals for the new millenium.
Stephen R, Heller Abstract
5:00   Concluding Remarks
Gary Wiggins, Skolnik Awardee

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING

Section A
Marriott Copley Place, Salon C, 4th Floor

 

Competitive Intelligence: Sources and Applications
T. Wright, Organizer, Presiding
8:30 35 Collecting human intelligence.
J. Michael French, Anthony M. Page Abstract
9:00 36 Competitive Intelligence gathering and analysis in biotechnology.
Aris Persidis Abstract
9:30 37 Providing effective early warning.
Anthony Page Abstract
10:00 38 Use of commercial information sources in the pharmaceutical area for competitor intelligence.
Alexander Mullen, Martin Blunck, Klaus Eike Moeller, Hans-Georg Rohbeck Abstract
10:30 39 Patent analysis in the pharmaceutical industry.
Robert Cantrell Abstract
11:00 40 Using federal trademark applications for competitive intelligence.
Karen Luszcz Abstract

 

WEDNESDAY MORNING

Section B
Marriott Copley Place, Provincetown/Orleans, 4th Floor

Materials Science Informatics:Databases for Materials Design
J. Rumble, Organizer, Presiding
8:30 41 An integrated database approach to materials design.
John Rumble, Jr. Abstract
9:00 42 Crystallographic data for non-organic materials.
Vicky L. Karen Abstract
9:30 43 Surface structure data and materials design.
Philip R. Watson Abstract
10:00 44 Computing macroscopic properties from microstructures of materials.
W. Craig Carter Abstract
10:30 45 Databases for advanced ceramics design and use.
Stanley Dapkunas Abstract
11:00 46 Materials databases for advanced performance.
David Rose Abstract

 

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

Marriott Copley Place, Salon C, 4th Floor

Chemical Information on Intranets
A. Berks, Organizer, Presiding
2:00 47 Developing chemistry-enabled Web applications using Accord.
G. A. Hopkinson, A. P. F. Cook, J. G. LittlerAbstract
2:30 48 The challenge of using extranets to improve data accessibility - the Derwent perspective.
Jan Kuras, Tim Miller Abstract
3:00 49 ColbyChem: a Web server for ISIS/Host.
John W. Kuehne, Thomas W. Shattuck Abstract
3:30 50 Turning information into innovation: 3M Information Services Web site.
John D. Arenivar, Carol E. Herzberg, Sharon M. Peterson Abstract
4:00 51 Web-based productivity tools for chemists: WebLab(TM) MedChem and Diversity Explorer.
Robert D Brown, Osman F Güner, Matt Hahn, Hong Li Abstract
4:30 52 Parallel synthesis data handling via the Web.
David S. Nunn Abstract

 

THURSDAY MORNING

Marriott Copley Place, Salon C, 4th Floor

Recent Applications of 3D Databases
O. F. Güner, Organizer, Presiding
8:30 53 Exploiting receptor binding site using pharmacophore descriptors
C. J. Luttmann Abstract
9:00 54 Computational 3D searching and combinatorial chemistry combine to discover novel cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitor.
K. D. Stewart, L. Frey, E. Otis, V. Klinghofer, K. I. Hulkower, S. Loren Abstract
9:30 55 New developments in pharmacophore model generation and in 3D searching.
Jon M. Sutter, Osman Güner, Hong Li, Marvin Waldman Abstract
10:00 56 Virtual high-throughput screening - an application of partial match 3D searching.
Trevor W. Heritage Abstract
10:30 57 Parallel screening of HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors with Catalyst(TM).
David Jourand, Remy Hoffmann Abstract

 

THURSDAY AFTERNOON

Marriott Copley Place, Salon C, 4th Floor

General Papers
C. Gragg, Organizer, Presiding
1:30 58 How electronic journals will change the way chemistry professors use the chemical literature.
S. A. Koch Abstract
1:50 59 Publishing chemical information on the Web to support researcher buying decisions and chemical commerce.
T. Graber Abstract
2:10 60 The central chemical registry system at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Tommie G. Curtis, Lois Fritts Abstract
2:30 61 Reinventing chemical information at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Lois E. Fritts, Tommie G. Curtis Abstract
2:50 62 Automatic classification of organic reactions - classification of reagents based on electronic and steric features of the three-dimensional molecular field.
Hiroko Satoh, Sachiko Itono, Kimito Funatsu, Keiko Takano, Tadashi Nakata Abstract
3:10 63 AUncertainty analysis of reaction models based on the deterministic equivalent modeling method.
C. Wang, M. A. Tatang, and G. J. McRae Abstract
3:30 64 ASLIMS: Sample, structure and spectral laboratory information management system with Web interface.
Antony Williams, Valeri Kulkov Abstract
3:50 65 Sharing a core chemical sciences collection among research libraries.
E. Jargo, E.R. Lorbeer Abstract

 

 

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